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Friday, February 21 • 6:15pm - 7:00pm
Voluntary Cartography: Why We Should Stop Referring to Places by Their Slave Name

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Those of us who believe in liberty don’t put much stock in the imaginary lines that governments call borders, but we still find ourselves using statist political maps to define our surroundings. In this talk, Mike Vine will argue why the road to liberty shouldn’t have a government street sign — and why we need to recover or develop a voluntary cartography of our homes, neighborhoods, and regions in order to disassociate state organizations from the lands they unjustly claim. Mike will also discuss efforts underway in the Atlantic Northeast.

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Mike Vine

Mike Vine is a lifelong libertarian activist, who joined the movement at 13 years old. He was a Lead Organizer of PorcFest X and is founder and editor of The Freecoast and The Arcadian. Mike blogs at www.mikevine.com.

Friday February 21, 2014 6:15pm - 7:00pm

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